As we often say in our workshops, editing bridges the gap of what you see and what your camera sees. And while editing photos is a crucial part of making photographs, that doesn’t mean it has to be an arduous task. In as little as 30 seconds, you can take your photo from just “okay” to “wow.” Read More
As a photographer, you probably have folders full of images that mean a lot to you, from special vacations to day-to-day moments with your loved ones. Once you get those photos off of your camera and onto your computer, the next crucial step is to protect them from getting lost with some simple backup solutions. Read More
One of the most popular questions we get from entry-level photographers here at the BPW is “What camera should I buy?” If you’re in the market for a good starter camera for yourself, or even a special holiday gift for the photographer-in-training in your life, here are three of our 2017 favorites to help point you in the right direction! Read More
As you begin your journey into photography, one of the first recommended items is a good tripod. In this article, we will briefly describe why a tripod is helpful, as well as share with you our favorite tripods for beginners. Read More
So, you've got a digital camera and you're getting comfortable with manual controls, so whats next?
Upgrading your lens from the normal "kit lens" is the #1 way you can help make brighter and sharper photos. The Boston Photography Workshops understands that lens buying can be a tricky task. With the holidays bringing big sales, and photo wishlists, let us help shorten the list of lenses you should consider when moving beyond the standard. Read More